combinatorial chemistry


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combinatorial chemistry

[kəm‚bīn·ə¦tȯr·ē·əl ′kem·ə·strē]
(organic chemistry)
A method for reacting a small number of chemicals to produce simultaneously a very large number of compounds, called libraries, which are screened to identify useful products such as drug candidates.
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Note: I would be pleased to send any interested reader the patent references from the Maro Collection for Combinatorial Chemistry.
The increasing complexity of combinatorial chemistry procedures and related measurements will boost opportunities for complementary software.
The application of combinatorial chemistry to agricultural research can speed laboratory research by several days and can aid scientists in determining optimum conditions before beginning large-scale processes.
The pioneering effort for combinatorial chemistry has now shifted to these other industries, many of which are showing signs of rapidly warming to combinatorial chemistry.
Chapter 7: Dynamic Combinatorial Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry: A Combined Strategy for High Performance Lead Discovery (Sally-Ann Poulsen and Hoan Vu).
Scientists at Dow are using combinatorial chemistry to find new compounds in applications such as polymers, electronic chemicals, and formulated lubricants and coatings.
ComGenex, a combinatorial chemistry company, is dedicated on stepping up and improving the cost-effectiveness of the discovery process in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical and biotechnology industry.
Although Pharmacopeia is focused on drug discovery, whereas we're focused on discovering research tools to address the flood of new research opportunities in the post-genomic era, we're both in the business of exploring the potential of combinatorial chemistry, and we're facing many of the same challenges.
He has authored and co-authored numerous scientific papers as well as written a textbook on Combinatorial Chemistry.
From its base in the combinatorial chemistry area, Discovery Partners plans to expand to encompass several other technologies in the screening, bioinformatics, and pre-clinical testing areas.
Technology spillover from drug delivery has led to the development of combinatorial chemistry methodologies.
MSI) and Peptor have signed a three-year agreement to extend the state-of-the-art in combinatorial chemistry software applied to drug discovery and lead optimization.
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